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Rouse Frets White Goss attorney Christopher Kurtz highlighted in Leawood Chamber newsletter

By September 11, 2020September 28th, 2020Awards and Accomplishments, Community and Charitable Activities

Leawood, Kan. – September 11, 2020 – Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes attorney Christopher Kurtz was recently highlighted in a Leawood Chamber newsletter, spotlighting his receipt of recent honors by Best Lawyers® and Benchmark Litigation.

The newsletter congratulated Chris, a board member of the Leawood Chamber, for being named to the Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch” 2021 edition as well as the Benchmark Litigation’s “Benchmark 40 and Under Hotlist” for the third year running.

About Chris Kurtz:

Chris  focuses his practice on business litigation, construction law, general civil litigation, labor and employment, and medical malpractice defense, representing clients in state and federal courts in Missouri and Kansas and in arbitration. Chris was recently tapped for a three-year term as trustee of the Johnson County (Kan.) Bar Foundation and was chosen at a young age to be on the American Arbitration Association’s panel of arbitrators for consumer disputes.

Chris has received recognition as an aspiring young attorney.  He is a Benchmark Litigation 40 & Under Hot List recipient; a Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch” honoree since 2017; a Missouri/Kansas Super Lawyers Rising Star for multiple years; and a 2019 Missouri Lawyers Weekly Up & Coming attorney.

About the Law Firm:

Rouse Frets White Goss Gentile Rhodes offers a depth of attorneys and experience.  Our clients benefit from blue-ribbon talent unencumbered by mega firm business models. For more, visit

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